Soumita Sarkar Ray

(Kolkata)

MIND IT!


Priority of the necessity.....controlling the power to break boundary...

You saw me
I looked back
Both were meditating
In one tune fine
How long can one gaze?
Why ask this on face?
People around us
Never found us
Just gazing in trance.
It was a busy day
A date to not forget
When a ray of light
That originated at night
Of silence in a corner
When your sleep might
Had left you a solemn mourner.

Same look followed me
Silently to have a way through
My stern cover of humility
Your control knew no boundary
I was not helpless
So the decision clear
I minded my high stature
My heart roared and sounded
But my mind held sharp
Never to return looks
Lest I could be hooked.

Submitted: Monday, June 09, 2014
Edited: Monday, June 09, 2014

Topic(s): lost love


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